Star Wars Episode VII Filming Starts Early 2014

Posted: Jun 9 2013, 10:48pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 10 2013, 4:42am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


Star Wars Episode VII Filming Starts Early 2014
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Director J.J. Abrams revealed a few more details about the highly anticipated new Star Wars movie: Star Wars Episode VII.

Director J.J. Abrams made some comments (via Yahoo!) about the Star Wars Episode VII at the Produced By Conference on the weekend. Star Wars Episode VII will start filming in early 2014 if everything goes after plan. J.J. Abrams will movie is family to London for the movie production by the end of the year. It has already been revealed that most of the new Star Wars movie filming will be done in Britain.

The Star Wars fan community is keeping a close eye on J.J. Abrams and has high hopes that he will honor the cult franchise with an awesome new Star Wars movie.

Star Wars Episode VII is planned to be released in theaters in 2015.

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